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  • Synthetic grass is considered an investment, not a cost; it saves and insures you against inevitable water rate increases. The return on investment varies, in most cases, the installation of synthetic turf pays for itself in 4-7 years. Read More...

  • Most manufacturers agree that turf life expectancies are 15-20+ years for most applications. Read More...

  • We prefer 100% USA made turf products and have toured most of the USA facilities. We only carry what we know to be the best turf products. Read More...

  • Yes, about 70% of our installs are for families with pets. Synthetic Turf works great and your pet will love it!

    We use 100% natural and organic infill for all of our pet installs. Not only is it 100% safe for your pets, it helps eliminate pet odors. Read More...

  • Synthetic turf is installed in thousands of preschools, playgrounds, dog parks, and sports fields across America. If children were being burned by synthetic turf, lawsuits would surely ensue

    We do NOT use crumb rubber infill in our turf installs. This causes our turf to be much cooler than most sports fields that use black crumb rubber.

    Turf can get hot to the touch above 80-90 degrees farenheit air temperature similar to other hard surfaces like concrete and pool decks. Turf does not retain heat and cools down quickly unlike concrete. Read More...

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    1180 Olympic Dr. #101
    Corona CA, 92881
  • Toll Free: 877-698-8734
  • FAX: 951-547-4276
  • sales@hunnydograss.com
  • Serving all of Southern California for over 14 years
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Terminology

Though Artificial Turf is now a fairly well known landscape option it is still described by a few other common terms. Synthetic turf, Fake Grass and Astro Turf are but a few. However once you boil away some minutia it’s essentially all the same. A synthetic product designed to simulate natural turf. Though differences exist in the manufacturing components such as pile, fiber yarn, backing fabric, tufting process, foam and urethane backing and ultra-violet stabilization, in the end for the average consumer the differences are slight. For more information you can visit the ASGI, (Association of Synthetic Grass Installers) website at www.asgi.us

Variation in turf types is essentially related to individual use considerations. Will the turf be strictly decorative? Will it experience heavy use from children or pets? Is it intended for Athletic purposes? Is it for a residential or commercial application?

Once these questions are answered the decision becomes one of aesthetic appeal. Styles are numerous and made to resemble St. Augustine, Bermuda, Marathon, Kentucky Blue Grass, and many others. Within each style there is also a multitude of color variations.

Some Things to Look for:

Once you’ve decided to proceed with a conversion to artificial turf there are some things to consider before proceeding with a purchase.

1) Face Weight - Face weight is the amount of yarn per sq yard in your product. The higher the face weight, the more turf you will have.

2) Backing – Backing stabilizes the turf and holds it together. One of the most important aspects of backing is the amount of urethane applied. In general 20-24 ounces is the recommended standard for the industry. Too little urethane and under certain conditions the fibers can be pulled out by hand. Too much urethane and the backing warps under heat.

3) Density – Typically you want to choose a turf product that is denser as opposed to sparse. This is evidenced by the spacing between blades. Viewed from the top you shouldn't see excess space between the blades. Excess space renders the infill more visible which is generally considered less appealing. Though infill is indeed an important component it should be kept to a minimum while ensuring its support of the blades.

4) Fibrillation – Fibrillation relates to blade construction. Blades that are parallel fibrillated are preferred to those that are honeycomb fibrillated. Blades manufactured to stand upright preferably using a special "heat crimped" fiber design are also preferred.

As always we at Hunny Do stand ready to answer any questions regarding your turf considerations. Call us today! (877) 698-8734

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